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1990 Bonneville SSE on Ebay... *(Its amazing with a great story behind it!)*

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1990 Pontiac Bonneville SSE

This is what was in the showroom when I got my Grand Prix it was just like this but had leather and tan interior. I was in love with it, she gold gross lace wheels a sunroof and a cd player with every gadget known to man. But I could barely afford the Grand Prix much less a Bonneville, I like my 2005 SLE better tho. My son claims he is gonna get one of these hopefully an 90-91. Then he says he will turbo it! :AH-HA_wink: :rolleyes:

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That was my favorite Pontiac from that time. I always thought it would really be hot with a supercharger on that 3800. My favorite color was black with the gold, and the camel leather. Nice car!

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That must have been a hell of an Olds. But yeah Chicagoland is right on.

Canadian... Although I recall the Canadian Dollar was just as high as it is now compared to the US Dollar.

But yeah, ours was fully loaded, essentially an International Series without the badge, a Ciera SL.

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What are all of those buttons on the console behind the gear shift?

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What are all of those buttons on the console behind the gear shift?

Controls for the power seats, our '92 SSEi had the same.

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Yeah there like a 12 way power front seats and you slide the slider to select right or left seat up front. It even had power head rests...

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